Bisignano Paste Tomato Start
Bisignano is not the most prolific paste tomato, but its rich sweet-tart flavor makes it a keeper in my garden. The fruits are large, uniquely shaped, and deep red all the way through. One thing I like about Bisignano is that it has relatively few seeds — a plus for a processing tomato.
Tomatoes plants MUST be protected from frost. In Ellensburg, I wait until June 1 to plant out any tomato plants (after hardening them off), and have frost blankets ready if it looks like nighttime temperatures will dip. Bisignano can start producing 80 days after being planted out.
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